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  • moragb1moragb1 Posts: 290
    This is wonderful for me and hope I am successful growing them. Thanks to everyone for their kindness and I hope next year to have more to give away xx
  • Foxglove Alba
    Echinacea  just says large flowered on packet.
    Lavatera  ruby regis/parade mixed.
    Larkspur dwarf mix/giant imperial.
    Poppy  Victoria cross
    California Poppy.
    French Lavender.
    Cornflower mixed.
    Hollyhock  giant single mix.
    Shasta Daisy  Alaska.
    Godetia  mix.
    Clarkia  double mix.
    Alyssum   gold dust
    Wildflower  woodland mix.
    Ragged Robin.
    Ox Eye Daisy  wildflower.

    All are unopened packets with 20/21/22 dates. Hope someone can use them.


  • @josusa47 I have PM'd you re bronze fennel.
  • Stephanie newish gardenerStephanie newish gardener Aberdeenshire/Moray coastPosts: 453
    granma said:
    after my break for family pressures which took over rather suddenly I have now time to do a bit of sorting out .
    Starting with seed .
    I found quite a collection which must not have  got sent out .for this I apologise here is my list for this year. 
    And for a change all packaged up and ready to post .so please send your address in a pm.
    thankyou.
    alysium 
    Eschscholzia ......red chief  (just the one packet )
    Mixed verbascum
    Verbascum chaixii
    Cardoon
    Clematis Angel face
    Giant alium,mixed purple and white.  

    To be continued

    If you still have any giant alium I would be very grateful for some, thanks 
  • Stephanie newish gardenerStephanie newish gardener Aberdeenshire/Moray coastPosts: 453
    josusa47 said:

    These are packet seed, some whole packs, some part used, with "sow by" date:

    Flowers:

    Primula veris  cowslip 7/2019

    Evening primrose   8/2021

    Mesembryanthemum criniflorum Magic Carpet mix  2018

    Mimulus tigrinus 8/2016

    Nasturtium "Milkmaid"  12/2019

    Night scented stock 7/2017

    Sweet pea Spencer mix  7/2021

    Echinacea purpurea Purple coneflower  12/2017

    Panicum miliaceum Violacium  Millet  12/2017

    Dipsacus fullonum  Teasel  12/2017

    Veg:

    Artichoke Purple Globe  8/2017

    Basil Sweet Genovese  8/2017

    Tomato Golden Sunrise 8/2020

    These are home grown, with date collected:

    Flowers:

    Calendula officinalis Marigold  2018

    Agapanthus, blue  2015

    Allium, purple 2018

    Dierama  Angel's fishing rod   2018

    Digitalis Foxglove, lilac flower  2017

    Nigella, light blue   2017

    Poppy, red single  2017

    Triteilia laxa  2018

    Meconopsis cambrica  Welsh poppy  2018

    Veg:

    Foeniculum vulgare Bronze fennel  2017

    I can also supply cuttings of Anthemis punctata Sicilian camomile, which roots very readily.

    @josusa47 if you have any echinacea and/or teasel I would love a few of those. Also if you think the sicilian chamomile would grow up here in Aberdeenshire then a cutting would be lovely, thanks.
  • Stephanie newish gardenerStephanie newish gardener Aberdeenshire/Moray coastPosts: 453
    Having come across this thread and made a couple of requests, I must go through my own tin and list the things I won't get round to growing this year. I'm decorating the hall this week so it will likely be the weekend before I draw up the list, but I know I have some cauliflower seeds which will never see the soil up here! Might be out of date though.....
  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 18,494
    @floraltips. Could I have the Echinacea and the Shanta daisy please. I’ll pm my address 
    thank you.
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • granmagranma Posts: 1,914
    Will pm you bright star. Gran x
  • josusa47josusa47 Posts: 3,532
    Little grower, Islander, Granma, Moragb1 and Floraltips:   All your seeds and cuttings have gone in the post today.  I have proof of posting so if they haven't arrived in a week's time, let me know and I can chase them up.
  • FlinsterFlinster Posts: 883
    Evening all, just wondered if anyone might have some aquilegia and cerinthe seeds? I’d be very grateful- will be going through mine this weekend as my new seed order has arrived!! 😀
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